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general/Employment

DOL provides the latest guidance on employee classification

By Elizabeth Arnold, Chester Hanvey

general/Employment

DOL provides the latest guidance on employee classification

By Elizabeth Arnold, Chester Hanvey

general/Employment

An Epic shadow over PAGA

By Edward F. Donohue III

general/Employment

Who’s an employee? The impact of Dynamex

By Dariush G. Adli

general/Employment

Workers’ compensation and personal injury lawsuits

By Lars C. Johnson

general/Employment

Maintaining privilege in attorney-led investigations

By Gregory W. Knopp, Galit A. Knotz, Stephanie Priel

general/Employment

What happens when collective bargaining agreements expire?

By Luis Arias, Alan S. Levins

general/Employment

Can prior pay inform a new hire's salary?

By Kathryn G. Mantoan

general/Employment

Are Student Interns Employees?

general/Employment

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